There were very few individual performances to point out, so for the first time we’re going to select some units in our following segment because this was a collective effort.
The Giants are 0-2. It’s not an inescapable hole. There may be many days ahead. But bad things don’t happen to good teams. The performance level must rise.
If things don’t change for New York, there isn’t going to be a repeat of 2007. Instead it will be another year out of the playoffs.
The Jets are still looking for a quarterback. The Giants need a defense. And both Rex Ryan and Tom Coughlin have a ton of questions to answer.
Punter Steve Weatherford called the performance “awesome,” adding that players are walking in the team’s headquarters humming the lyrics.
Forget A-Rod, it’s almost football season! WFAN co-hosts Boomer Esiason and Craig Carton took their show on the road Tuesday, broadcasting live from Giants training camp in East Rutherford.
WFAN co-hosts Joe Benigno and Evan Roberts were live from Giants training camp at the Quest Diagnostics Training Center on Monday. The duo chatted with Giants throughout the day as Big Blue prepares for the upcoming season.
The receiver was a head-scratching no-show for all nine of the team’s voluntary offseason workouts. Well, things got mandatory on Tuesday as the Giants opened their three-day minicamp.
Roughly 25 Giants headed to Newtown, Conn., on Thursday afternoon to hold football clinics for youngsters from the community.
The annual celebrity-studded ‘Dressed To Kilt’ charity fashion show takes place Monday evening in Midtown, and we got a sneak peek of the runway on The Couch.
“All I needed him to say was that he apologizes and he won’t say my name again — I got that out of him,” Weatherford said. “I got that out of him, and I’m good. I’m not looking to stir the pot any more by suing him. That’s all I wanted.”
The Giants have no one to blame but themselves after the Ravens dismantled the G-Men on Sunday?
Where does one begin? The Giants were horrible in every facet of their 34-0 loss to the Atlanta Falcons. How bad was it? The Giants suffered their first regular-season shutout since a 24-0 defeat to Philadelphia on December 1, 1996.
The NFL without kickoffs? It will soon be under consideration. “Eventually you would almost have a flag football league,” said Domenik Hixon of the Giants.
In some ways the rematch with the Washington Redskins turned out to be a reverse of their first meeting. The Giants will be looking hard in the mirror after this one, as they were penalized nine times for 73 yards.